Praised for its rich background history, breathtaking landscapes, and cultural diversity, India has never ceased to amaze any of the visitors. India has tones and tones of wonderful things to experience which would definitely be a spectacular feast as well as satiate your soul. It would provide varieties of things right from majestic forts and alluring temples to the natural beauty of caves, mountains, deserts, and islands. Be it natural lovers or adventure junkies or historic lovers, you could get to satisfy your wish at this prepossessing land. So, check out some unique sites in India which you should visit at least once in your lifetime.

THANUMALAYAN TEMPLE: Popular for its musical pillars, Thanumalayan temple is known for its rich history that has been located in Tamil Nadu. The musical pillars have been carved out of a single stone and are known to provide various musical notes when they are struck. The 130-foot façade is entirely embellished with detailed sculptures of various Hindu deities which would be a complete eye feast. This centuries-old temple could instill you with historic knowledge and witness the exquisite sculptures and carvings.

HILL FORTS OF RAJASTHAN: This group of forts in Rajasthan is greatly known for its awe-inspiring architecture and design along with rich histories. This is a must-visit site if you are seeking to get the most out of Indian architectural varieties. This group of forts namely the Chittorgarh Fort, the Kumbhalgarh Fort, the Ranthambore Fort, the Gargon Fort, the Amer Fort, and the Jaisalmer Fort which together are known to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site. These forts were built over centuries from 5th-century C.E and to the latest during the 18th century C.E. This is a must visit location?

MAJULI: Famously known as the world’s biggest river island, Majuli is in the state of Assam which is not only a natural miracle but also a cultural hotspot. The bluish-green ambiance of this island naturally located on the Brahmaputra River is one of the most unique and breathtaking places which would be a host to the state’s several religious and cultural festivals and events.

NUBRA VALLEY: Geographically located about 150 kilometers north of Leh, The Nubra Valley is formed by the meeting of rivers Shyok and Siachen which stands amidst the Ladakh and the Karakoram mountains. Under the glorious blue skies, the outstanding views of the mountains would make you wonder as if you were dreaming. Unlike many other places in India, this place would offer beyond your imagination. This is why it has been worth visiting at least once.

THE GREAT RANN OF KUTCH: This seasonal salt marsh in the Thar Desert could be an unbelievable sight you could have witnessed in your entire life. The world’s largest salt desert has been spreading more than 620 square miles which would be going underwater during the monsoons. Bordering Pakistan and located in the Kutch district of Gujarat, this white desert could proffer you with one of the most gorgeous sunset views ever in the country. You do not wanna miss this sight, right?